One of Toronto's oldest houses enters the 21st Century with a high-tech makeover
It turns out, Wi-Fi-activated blinds, a fancy fridge and a Roomba vacuum are not enough to drown-out the real story about what makes the house at 469 Broadview special. It’s a glimpse back in time.
Where should the #MeToo conversation go next? We want to hear from you
The Current's Anna-Maria Tremonti will be taking your calls Monday about the #MeToo movement and where it should go from here.
Candidates for TDSB push for new French immersion middle school in Etobicoke
A parents group in Etobicoke is calling on the Toronto District School Board to do something about the long distance their kids have to travel to get to French immersion classes - and some candidates for trustee are taking up the cause.
Mayoral candidate's expenses referred to RCMP, auditor by Chilliwack city council
A Chilliwack city councillor challenging the sitting mayor in the upcoming municipal elections has had his expenses referred to the RCMP and an independent auditor — less than a month before the vote. Sam Waddington said he thinks the decision to refer his expenses just before the election is politically motivated.
'It's actually scary': York nursing students warn time lost to strike could hurt patients
York University nursing students are concerned they're being thrown into hospitals lacking crucial skills after losing up to 100 clinical hours due to the strike, and they're worried that will adversely affect the patients they'll care for.
Are we in the midst of a 'new Native Renaissance'?
In a recent article for The Paris Review, Julian Brave NoiseCat described the New Native Renaissance he says the literary world is experiencing right now. We'll talk to NoiseCat about what that means, and find out which writers are leading the charge.
How hordes of Game of Thrones fans are causing chaos in Dubrovnik
The old town of Dubrovnik, a Croatian citadel widely praised as the jewel of the Adriatic, is filled with chaos of late, thanks to massive cruise ships dropping off thousands of Game of Thrones fans daily.
Blaze at Mississauga auto scrap yard under control after all-night battle
Some 50 firefighters spent the night battling a blaze at an auto scrap yard in Mississauga.
Lido Pimienta's Polaris win broke barriers — but her fight against white supremacy roars on
Joins her in Colombia as she works on her new album in the premiere episode of In the Making.
Dashcam footage sought as Surrey resident killed in Highway 10 hit-and-run
RCMP are investigating a hit and run that claimed the life of a Surrey man Thursday night. Police received several 911 calls about a pedestrian struck on Highway 10 just east of 152nd Street. RCMP are asking anyone who was driving by with dashcam footage or information about the incident to come forward.
Alcohol abuse kills 3 million a year globally, most of them men: WHO
More than three million people died in 2016 due to drinking too much alcohol, meaning one in 20 deaths worldwide was linked to harmful drinking, the World Health Organization said on Friday.
Polaris Music Prize recap: Why Jeremy Dutcher's big win is significant
Our music panel reconvenes to discuss the highlights from this year's Polaris Music Prize gala.
Pedestrian, 66, critically injured in northeast Edmonton collision
A 66-year-old man was rushed to hospital Thursday night after being struck by a vehicle in northeast Edmonton.
Why In the Making host Sean O'Neill loves Octavia Butler's unfinished Parable series
Sean O'Neill describes the 'beautiful lessons' Octavia Butler imparted through her protagonist Olamina.
Tom Power previews MOCA Toronto ahead of its opening day
Ahead of its public opening, Tom Power gets a sneak preview of one of the most anticipated museums in Canada, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in downtown Toronto.
Theresa May puts on defiant face despite blistering media reaction over EU rejection
British Prime Minister Theresa May said Friday the European Union must come up with an alternative to her Brexit proposals, noting that talks had reached an impasse after bloc leaders had rejected her plans without explaining why.
Mumford and Sons address their photo with Jordan B. Peterson
'I don't think that having a photograph with someone means you agree with everything they say.'
A special live 'Friday before election day' edition of Spin Reduxit
CBC New Brunswick's provincial affairs reporter Jacques Poitras and digital senior producer Daniel McHardie analyze the election campaign just days before the vote.
Legal pot: Send us your questions
What do you most want to know from medical experts as Canada moves to legalize recreational cannabis?
Question Period LIVE
From the House of Commons in Ottawa
Helping parents combat racism in schools
Two Ottawa mothers have co-founded a new diversity workshop to help parents navigate anti-black racism their children may face in school.
Roof fire shuts down Gathering Place for the day
Work was being done of the roof of the building when the small fire broke out.
Mumford and Sons on their new album, Delta: 'we just got rid of all boundaries'
Marcus Mumford and Winston Marshall talk about the band's shifting sound and their new experimental fourth album, Delta.
Police release photos of white Mercedes seen leaving Kitchener shooting
Police have released photos of a car seen leaving the scene of a fatal shooting on Thursday, and will canvass the neighbourhood looking for witnesses and more information. Two suspects that fled the scene remain at large.
Ottawa gives pipeline regulator 22 weeks to review Trans Mountain expansion project
The Liberal government is instructing the federal pipeline regulator to review the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to consider the project's impact on the marine environment. Conservative MP Shannon Stubbs will respond to the announcement at 10:30 a.m. ET, and CBCNews.ca will carry it live.